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|Starke Co PL - Koontz Lake Branch (Walkerton)||780.77 SHA (Text)||30141001074828||ADULT NON-FICTION||Available||-|
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- ISBN: 0671210270 :
- Physical Description: 172 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
- Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, 1956.
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In two hours, absolute novices can read through this book and understand the principles involved in reading music. In two evenings, they can learn to read practically any melody and pick it out on the piano by doing the clear and simple exercises provided. Howard Shanet has taught thousands of people to read music in four hours of classwork with his proven method and exercises! A practical classroom text and a helpful reference for music enthusiasts. 5-1/4 inch. x 8 inch.
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This book Will
1 teach the notation of music to those who have never known it before
2 serve as a systematic reminder for those who once knew how to read music but have forgotten most of it
3 serve as a practical classroom text book in the rudiments of music
4 serve as a helpful reference book for the student in music appreciation and related courses
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1 teach you to sing like Tebaldi
2 make you a wizard at the piano or any other instrument
3 turn you into an Irving Berlin or a Beethoven
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